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The question many face when delving into retirement planning is simple. “Can I afford to retire?”

When contemplating retirement, you may find yourself wondering; will you be able to afford it, will you live comfortably, or is it too soon for retirement?


Of those who live to retirement, 95% will be dependent on friends, relatives, a job, or living with help of Social Services. 5% will simply have to keep working.


Where will you be?

Most Australian professionals may find themselves left wanting more when they hit retirement. To ensure you’ll enjoy a comfortable, stress-free retirement, we encourage you to seek advice from a professional team to assist you with this pivotal point in your life.


GM Homes (Australasia) Pty Ltd will develop a strategy for you and your unique situation and requirements, for a financially secure retirement.


There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to superannuation. You have your individual needs, requirements and wishes. GM Homes lifestyle choices will always respect what’s best for you, your retirement and your future.

GM Homes (Australasia) Pty Ltd offers advice and support, including a comprehensive serviced designed specifically for people with SMSFs’ (self-managed super fund). Our qualified experts can help you find the super fund that will best suit your needs.

SMSF is currently the most popular type of fund within Australia’s superannuation industry.

The benefits of SMSF:

• Greater control over how the funds assets are invested.
• The ability to invest directly into residential and commercial property.
• The possibility of leveraging assets.
• The ability to pool funds with family members.

• Flexibility when transitioning into retirement.

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Retirement Planning & SMSF

61% of Australians have no idea how much is in their super fund

Optimise your financial future and comfortable retirement with GM Homes (Australasia) Pty Ltd today.

For more information about SMSF super funds and retirement planning, reach out to our team today.

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